At nearly every street corner, traffic light, and neighborhood shopping center in Austin, there seems to be a Goodwill. And that's great news for our ridiculously cheap shopping pleasures (especially around this time of year, near Halloween). Yes, their goodies are über cheap. But Goodwill is really about all of the jobs created, just to keep all that schtuff (aka donations) organized and ready to put on the racks. It's about always having a place to do community service. Ask the judge, he'll tell ya. Most importantly, it's about not letting that their-trash-but-now-my-cutesy-treasure philosophy go unfulfilled.
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